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Jan 30, 2013 3:00pm EST
normal level. >> bottom line, what do you want to do with your money in this environment? do you want to continue on this train of buying stocks or look at it and say, okay, maybe these fundamentals don't add up? >> stocks are still cheap relative to earnings where interest rates are, should be selling would have their proper valuation. i think stocks are 15% to 20% below where they should be? >> nathan, do you agree with that? >> i increased my stock position by 5%, maria. still watching my bonds. there's not much left in bonds. you can only squeeze so much out of this turnip, so you have to look at your bonds and shorten your duration, for sure. >> thanks, everybody. >> yeah. >> okay. >> good conversation. >> never mind. >> it's crazy to say that the -- that the fed is killing the economy with $85 billion in the printing press and stocks are 15% undervalued. i'd love to put those two thoughts together. >> all right. >> you said we're out of time but i'm always ready. >> give me one last point and we'll move on. >> we all have to understand we can look at the micro on everything that
Jan 31, 2013 3:00pm EST
of the year because we're going to be in the slow growth environment all year, and that's what is kind of freaking people out about yesterday's gdp number. >> if that's the environment we're in, how do you allocate capital? >> the big issue is we went through the fiscal cliff, big resolution, exceedingly narrow and a lot of complacency now as people are going in. we still have to get through march, and march is now a lot worse than december was. we've got to get through the new sequestration date on march 1st and got to get through a continuing budget resolution on march 27 and guess what? that's the only place the republicans have any power in this negotiation, and they will probably push a little bit of brinksmanship. >> speaking of sequestration march 1th, they are the ones getting killed, the downside leaders and still decent numbers out of northrup drummond. >> you still didn't tell us how to al gate capital. >> we are long equities, but we have put protection on our equity strategy. in essence, we're long calls. when you put all of that together so that you can participate in the
Jan 28, 2013 3:00pm EST
it, a goldilocks consistent and steady gdp growth. earnings growth. and that's a great environment for stox. now, the key thing is this whole notion with respect to when investors will be selling bond funds into equity funds. let's not get too excited. we had strong inflows in january of 2010 but that was after a double digit advance in 2009. some could be asset allocation. needs to see all of this develop over a longer period of time. not just because stocks were up last year. >> are they going to be pushed, though, by the fact that you have rates going -- i mean 10-year yield is at 2%. the investors are already being pushed to find something somewhere. >> here's the trigger. when liz ann's clients at schwab open up and see a negative sign to their bond fund that they purchased in 2012, that will be the impetus. when they see and feel that they're losing money in the -- >> that it hasn't worked. >> they're losing money. they weren't supposed to lose money. that was supposed to be their safety net. when they feel that pain, that's when you'll see a more concerted effort. >> is that
Jan 29, 2013 3:00pm EST
the course they are going on, low interest rate environment and a big demand for credit so everything is right where it needs to be for this market to continue to grow here a little bit. also a little bit of a short squeeze and more importantly, scott, a performance squeeze, right? guys getting left at the gate here a little bit january. starting to fall behind on the performance and underperforming on the s&p, will worry about redemptions and those kinds of things. do i wait for the dip or get involved and a lot of people are saying i can't afford not to be involved in this market right now? >> hole, we're looking at the bond market today and sitting right about 2% or so on the ten-year. what is the level that pushes people in large numbers out of treasuries and into stocks in a meaningful and noticeable way? >> well, i think we've already seen some of that and clearly this 2% level, if you start breaching that moving higher, i think you're going to start seeing more money into treasuries and the equities. however, i would argue from a risk/reward segment that now is the time to buy
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